woop01 - 2:39 pm on Sep 16, 2010 (gmt 0)
I fully realize content theft is not prostitution and that's my point. Craigslist has specific policies regarding that crime but there's no outrage that people can't sell content that violates other's copyrights.
Claiming itís different because itís legal in certain parts of the United States and they are American company conveniently ignores the fact the entire site is organized by regions. There are 415 city/regional United States categories on Craigslist. Out of those 415 categories, there is only one where prostitution is legal, Elko NV.
Craigslist prohibits pretty much every illegal activity you can think of and some activities that are legal in virtually every region they have a category for. The outrage over censorship of blatant solicitation for prostitution is either ignorant of the policies of the site or terribly hypocritical.